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Daniel P. Martinez is committed to a career in service to others. Daniel attended the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas, Angelicum, in Rome, Italy where he studied Philosophy, the University of the Incarnate Word where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Administration and Philosophy, and St. Mary’s University where he received his Master’s degree in School Leadership, completing his studies as a distinguished graduate. Daniel is currently enrolled in a doctoral program through Saint Louis University. He holds a Catholic Administrators Certification from the Department of Catholic Schools, Archdiocese of San Antonio and is certified as a TCCBED accreditation team member and team chair.
Daniel has served as the Director of Mission Effectiveness and Campus Ministry and taught Philosophy at St. Anthony Catholic High School. He has also served as the Executive Director of Advancement and Enrollment at Holy Cross of San Antonio. He spent six years as principal of St. Gregory the Great. Daniel served as Head of School for St. Pius X High School where he led initiatives to drive organizational growth and development. Daniel affected positive change serving as the Admissions Committee Chair for the Archdiocese of San Antonio and has assisted on the Hope for the Future Strategic Marketing Committee as well as the Hope for the Future Khaki & Plaid Gala and 5K Committees. Daniel has volunteered with Adopt a Needy Family; he served on the University of the Incarnate Word Alumni Board of Directors; the St. Anthony Catholic High School Alumni Board as the Treasurer, he served as an officer with his Toastmasters club and has been a member of the National Association of Catholic Youth Ministry Leaders.
In 2005, Daniel was the recipient of the Archbishop’s Medallion from Archbishop Gomez. The Archbishop’s Medallion is the highest honor which can be bestowed upon a graduating senior by the Archbishop for service to others and recognition as a strong student leader. On August 20, 2021, the Mayor of Houston, TX declared an official proclamation for “Daniel P. Martinez Day”.
Board of Directors
Jonathan Tijerina, Board Chair
Marisa Balderas Flores
Dr. Marisa Emmons
Luis Rodriguez, Past Board Chair
Christina Markell Balleza
Jason Massiatte, Secretary
Nicole Navarro Velesiotis
Lindsey Newton Bolner
Jeremy Roberts, Vice Chair
Geronimo "Jerry" Rodriguez
Francisco "David" Solis